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Take the innovation challenge for early prediction of Alzheimer’s and related dementias

New resources and funding opportunity for global aging research in social and behavioral sciences

Specialized dementia care in nursing homes linked to better outcomes for residents

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Excess dementia-related deaths declined in second year of COVID-19 pandemic

Career Opportunities in the Division of Behavioral and Social Research at the National Institute on Aging

Air pollution from different emission sources is associated with incident dementia

Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol (HCAP) data from China, India, and Mexico: Summary Statistics

Help shape the future of dementia home- and community-based services

Expanding interest in exposome research

Strong adult social relationships may mitigate some negative effects of early life adversity in wild primates

Improving the health and well-being of sexual and gender minority older adults

Cognitive reserve and resilience: A defining moment for an emerging field

The NIH Stage Model: Can it help us create better interventions?

Personality and mortality linked to number of mitochondrial DNA in blood

Fetal exposure to Great Depression economic hardship linked to accelerated aging

Register today for the 2023 Dementia Care and Caregiving Research Summit!

Education and gender inequality may explain why India’s women have worse late-life cognition

Optimism linked to longevity and well-being in two recent studies

Vision impairment is associated with as many as 100,000 U.S. dementia cases

Protecting older adults from the effects of natural disasters and extreme weather

Increased financial generosity linked to lower cognition and may be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease

Aging deer downsize their home range and have fewer social connections

Help provide input for the 2023 Dementia Care and Caregiving Research Summit

Adopting healthy habits: What do we know about the science of behavior change?

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